Sports – Sunday, September 20th, 2015

The Packers
will be without right tackle Bryan Bulaga tonight when the kickoff Sunday Night
Football with Seattle
at Lambeau Field.  Coverage begins at 5pm
with the kickoff at 7:30pm on KFIZ.


The Badgers picked
up a 28-3 win over Troy
on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday.  Joel Stave threw for 202 yards and 1 TD.   Stave
also rushed for a TD.  Corey Clement sat
out the game.  Wisconsin
will host Hawaii
next Saturday night.  You’ll hear it on


The Reds
scored three runs in the 8th off of Tyler Cravy and stole a 9-7 win
over the Brewers on Saturday night at Miller Park.  Domingo Santana homered and drove in three
for Milwaukee.  Logan Schafer homered in the loss.  The series wraps up today. Coverage begins at
12:35pm on KFIZ.


Jason Day’s
2-under par 69 gives him a three round total of -20 and a six shot lead at the
BMW Championship in the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Playoffs.  Scott Piercy and Daniel Berger are six shots
back at -14.  Wisconsin
native Jerry Kelly is tied for 63rd at +2.


The Fond du Lac girls
volleyball team went 6-1 at the UW-Oshkosh tournament to take 1st place
in the 32 team event.  Fondy beat; Edgar,
Randolph, Seymour,
River Valley,
Waterford, and Verona
There only loss was to Milton.  Lauren Wirtz and Emily Thompson made the
All-Tournament Team.


The Fond du Lac Boys Soccer
Team went 1-1 at the Ashwaubenon Invitational over the weekend. Fondy fell to
Wauwatosa East 6-0 on Friday night and then beat Wrightstown 3-1 on
Saturday.  Matt Schneider had a pair of
goals in the win on Saturday.


The Fond du Lac Boys Volleyball Team went 4-2 at a FVA
Conference Event in Neenah
over the weekend.  Michael Barbeau had 61
total kills in the event.  Will Mockert
had 105 assists.


North Fond du Lac Cross Country
The North Fondy/Oakfield cross country team competed at the St. Lawrence Invite
today. The girls’ team struggled without 2 starters but still managed to finish
8th out of 14 teams. Linda Lopez and Faith Peebles were both medalist. Linda
finished 17 and Faith finished 24. Also placing for the girls’ were Leah
Forsythe-30; Ally Kosterman-37; and Alexis Volbright-85. There were a total of
96 runners in the race.  The boys’ team
finished 11th out of 16 teams. Noah Giebel led the team finishing in 32nd
place. He was followed by Abe Giebel-37; Jared Bavers-57; Brandon Anderson-64;
Will Stephenson-95; and Andrew Schmitz-97. 
There were a total of 114 runners in the race.


College Soccer
Marian 3 Concordia, Chicago
Lake Forest 6 Ripon 1


College Soccer
Concordia, Chicago 2 Marian 1
Lake Forest 4 Ripon 1